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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffVideo-Cellar Date: Jan 12, 2010 9:35pm
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Are these PD? The Snow Queen etc.

The Snow Queen 1959 (68 min dubbed version with Art Linkletter introduction)
Little Gray Neck 1950's? (Dubbed version of a Russian short - No copyright notice in titles)
A Christmas Tree 1959 (Again a dubbed version of a Russian short - No copyright notice in titles)
Tulips Shall Grow (1942 George Pal animated short)
Freedom River (1971 Orson Welles narrated animation)

Are all PD.


Massacre in Rome (1973) PD. Ineligible for Gatt (published without notice less than 30 day after publication in italy)

Skeleton Coast (1987) Copyright. Reg'd PA0000419078 1988

The Klansman (1974) PD. Original publication prints had no notice. Cut version contained faulty notice.

The Sell Out (1976) Copyright GATT

The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972) (my VHS copy has no copyright notice on titles) PD. US film published before 1978 without a copyright notice. Registered in 1995 but false publication date and lack of notice in prints published in 1972 (limited) and 1973 fully published mean that the film is PD and that registration should have been rejected.

Abraxas, Guardian of the Universe (1990) Copyright. Too new to be PD

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Poster: Aubrey - I am here Date: Jan 14, 2010 11:08am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Are these PD? The Snow Queen etc.

Thanks Video Cellar for your research, brilliant stuff!
Great that there's quite a few to upload from the list. Glad that 'Legend of Boggy Creek' is PD, nice to put that one up.
Will get the first batch up in the next couple of days.

Thanks also, skybandit. I didn't see the 'Snow Queen' as a kid, but I can certainly understand that it is the stuff of childhood nightmares. Certainly has its memorable dark moments!